Follow the LOWER radiator hose to a housing behind the distributor and the motor. There is no need to remove the radiator hose or to even drain the radiator. Wait for the car to cool down completely. Place one or more large collection pans, preferably square, under the car to catch the coolant overflow. Using a 10mm combination wrench, remove two 10mm thermostat cover mounting bolts; and a third 10mm bolt, on the bottom of the cover, that holds a bracket onto the thermostat cover. Tug the thermostat cover away from the housing. As coolant overflows, double-check the placement of your collection pans. Note precise orientation of old thermostat Remove old thermostat with some pliers, put new gasket on new thermostat EXACTLY as old one is. Install new thermostat in EXACTLY the same orientation as the old one was (there are three slots that must line up with two of the gasket dimples, and the tiny bypass valve that is on the thermostat.) Replenish radiator with a 50/50 mixture of water/quality anti-freeze (will take about 1.5 liters). With a garden hose, dilute and flush away any spilled ant-freeze, to prevent your pets and other animals from drinking it and getting poisoned.
If you follow the lower radiator hose to the engine block, it will lead you towards the thermostat housing (inside there is the thermostat),
Bleed valve is located on top of thermostat housing.
The thermostat housing on the 4th generation Accords (1990 to 1993) is located above the transmission near the throttle body on the passenger side of the car. Follow the lower radiator hose as it loops up and over the transmission and you will see it.
top of tranny, under thermostat housing. Three wire connector. Top of sensor is 'boat shaped' [___>
They are right there on the top of the engine.
next to the gas tank in rear
The 1990 Honda Accord does not have a cabin filter.
EM 6279 and EM316. Which of these works for my HOnda accord 1990 EX 5-speed?
how do you take out a transmission on a 1990 Honda accord
ford only Honda doesn't have one
You can use the 1990 stereo in your 1992 Accord, but the 1998 will not bolt in the correct way.
NOPE, THEY ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT.
Can you change a automatic to a 5 speed Honda Accord 1990
IT IS AT THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE BEHIND THE TIMMING COVER
It is located directly above the oil filter.
I do have a 1988 Honda accord dx,and the igniter is located in the distributor.but yours may be located on a different location. I hope this help some...good luck.
The thermostat for the 90-93 accord is on the back left-hand side of the engine where the hose connects from the radiator to the engine, disconnect the hose and clamp it off or move it to the side as not to leak antifreeze (use a rag or container for antifreeze that comes from engine block). Unscrew the 2 screws from the hose adapter and take it off alone with the old thermostat. Replace thermostat as well as rubber gasket. how do i find the thermostat on my 1990 accord
Yes, it should be a perfect fit.
Yes it does interchange. 1990-1993 Accords have the same camshaft pulley (or cog).
The fuel pump of a 1990 Honda Accord is located underneath the rear seats. There is a circular service panel that allows a user to easily replace and maintain the fuel pump without dropping the gas tank.